Late Breaking Attack Vectors WebCast

Mike Kachmar sent me an email invitation to a monthly webcast that should be interesting, and offers an opportunity to grab a few of those elusive CISSP CPE credits.  I thought I’d extend the invitation along.  Previous webcasts have been both intersting and informative.

Don’t miss the “Late Breaking Computer Attack Vectors” webcast!  They are also giving away a Apple iPad2 at the end of the webcast (already got one, but another one wouldn’t hurt…).  You do NOT need to be present to win.  Simply register with complete and accurate information and we will announce the winner at the end of the webcast.

The webcast is sponsored by Thawte and hosted by Larry Pesce, from the PaulDotCom Team, Wednesday February 1, 2012 2:00PM ET


Join the paulDotCom Team as they take a practical look at the most recently identified threats IT Security Professionals face on a daily basis.  Rather than narrating a lifeless monologue on the most recent global data correlation, they will take an “everyman’s” approach to the Who, What, When, Where and Why of the most recent attack vectors.

Rather than asking them to do the impossible and tell us in advance what the topics will be – after all, how “Late Breaking” can that really be? They will be modifying and editing their presentation up until a few moments prior to the webcast based on the most recently identified attack vectors.

I should be back in the office from my morning interviews by then, so I’m ALL in…